Police in Gilgil have nabbed a thirty-year-old woman who tried to sneak bhang into the police cell.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Caroline Imenza walked into Gilgil police station during the 6am visiting time to check on her husband, Stephen Nyabuto, who was in custody.
Caroline had carried a loaf of bread and a flask full of hot tea, to be handed over to her husband for breakfast. However, her plan to sneak bhang did not materialise as a female officer manning the cell discovered the weed hidden inside her undergarments and in a loaf of bread
Though appearing so innocent, the officer was not persuaded by Caroline’s demeanor. The officer doubted the packed meal and decided to dig out more about what the full content was.
The officer uncovered the loaf of bread and found 5 rolls of bhang, five cigarettes and a matchbox.
Upon further search, police found eighty rolls of marijuana stashed in her undergarments.
The woman then tried to bribe the officer with Sh2000 to be set free, but her efforts were met with resistance.
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